Law Firm Hires the First Robotic Legal Assistant

It's true: Lawyers don't need souls.


IBM's first artificially intelligent legal assistant, "Ross," was hired last week by the law firm Baker & Hostetler to help with their bankruptcy filings—work usually done by 50 employees.

If robots can be lawyers, what's stopping them from taking all the jobs?!

Check out, "Will Robots Take All the Jobs?."